Federation of Greek Elderly Citizens Clubs of Victoria to hold new elections


The Federation of Greek Elderly Citizens Club of Melbourne and Victoria will hold new elections on Friday, June 7.

This comes after the Federation held an Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Friday, April 5 and elected a new Executive Committee led by Dimitra Sardelis.

But according to a press release by the Federation, at a member meeting on Friday, April 19, these election results were deemed illegitimate due to issues around transparency and voting procedures, and a new election was called.

The new election will now be held on Friday, June 7 at the Federation’s hall in Brunswick from 11am.




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